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Southern Metropolis Weekly weighs in on the Chinabounder affair

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If you can't be first, then be stylish, it seems. SMW comes late to the party with its first black cover. Unfortunately, the promised article, "The immoral foreign teacher affair: a riddle wrapped in an enigma," adds nothing new to the present situation except for the reactions of the reporter's online friends.

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>>[Nothing new except] the reactions of the reporter's online friends

Hey! Lay off! That's _quality_ journalism in China!

cpc's propaganda department might have called the editor-in-chief in for explanation about the mag cover design ;p

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